Visit the Library webpage on the external website for more information. If you need assistance accessing resources, please contact the Director of Library and College Archives.
Fill out the Request Library Information form to request information, an information literacy presentation, or one of our customized handouts. Note: request must be made two (2) weeks in advance.
Library Main Collection
The Library’s main collection can be searched in a variety of ways such as the search box on the online catalog's home page or by subject classification.
Library Special Collections
The Library’s Special Collections are accessible through the online catalog’s Search By Special Collection page.
Information Literacy Instruction
Database Search Skills
Evaluating Resources (START)
Library Databases vs. Internet Search Engines
Primary Sources on the Web: Finding, Evaluating, Using (Reference and User Services Association)
Project Information Literacy
Student Learning & Information Literacy (Association of College and Research Libraries)
Understanding the Library of Congress Classification System
Copyright General Information
Barton Library Copyright
Using Learning Management Systems: Guidelines and Best Practices for Copyright Compliance (Copyright Clearance Center)
Campus Copyright Rights and Responsibilities (Association of Research Libraries)
Fair Use Myths & Facts (Association of Research Libraries)
Exceptions for Instructors (American Library Association)
TEACH Act/Distance Learning
Copyright: Distance Education and the TEACH Act (American Library Association)
Copyright: TEACH Act (American Library Association)
The TEACH Act (Copyright Clearance Center)
The TEACH Act and Some Frequently Asked Questions (American Library Association)
Library Policies and Procedures
Library Professional Employee Handbook
Library Student Worker Handbook
Barton Library Procedures Manual